How can I improve my website?

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It's took awhile to put this web/business together after day job. I would reatly appreciate any feed back after visiting the site.



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Shopify Partner
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Hi @JPK82 


I'm Garcia from PageFly - Page Builder App.

Congratulations on your new store! As a CRO expert, I'm happy to share some suggestions that I think could help you improve your conversion rate:

1. Resize the header

I love the sticky header on the site however the current logo is a bit too big and takes up a lot of space. Reducing the size will free up space for other important elements, such as your hero banner.



2. Add content for the hero banner and change the call-to-action text

The hero banner is a great opportunity to introduce your store and make a strong first impression. Add a heading that clearly communicates your value proposition and a call-to-action that encourages visitors to explore your store more. For example, you could use something like "Discover our unique selection of gorgeous gifts" with a call-to-action like "Explore now" or “Discover now".

You can check the example here from PageFly premade template:


3. Add more sections to your homepage

Your homepage could be improved by adding more sections that show potential customers that your store is trustworthy and reliable, such as:

  • Testimonials from satisfied customers, with their full names, photos, and contact information if possible. This will help to make the testimonials more believable and relatable to potential customers.


  • Social proof, such as:
    • Social media feeds from your store's accounts, showing that you have a large and active following.
    • Trust badges from organizations such as the Better Business Bureau or PayPal.
    • Logos of other businesses or organizations that you partner with.


  • An "About Us" section that tells your store's story, introduces your team members, and explains why you are passionate about your products or services. This will help to build a connection with potential customers and make them more likely to trust you.


  • Use "Load more" instead of number pagination on the collection page

Number pagination can be confusing and tedious for customers. Instead, use a "Load more" button to allow customers to easily browse through your products.


  • Remove one of the review sections on the product page

Having two review sections can be confusing and make your product page look cluttered. Remove one of the sections to make your product page more streamlined and user-friendly.



6. Optimize page speed for mobile

Your page speed on mobile is currently quite low. This can frustrate customers and lead them to abandon their carts. Use Google Pagespeed Insights to identify the areas where you can improve your page speed and make the necessary changes.



7. Prepare for the holiday season

The holiday season is a great time to boost your sales. Consider implementing some of the following tips to make the most of the festivities:

  • Use countdown timers for limited-time offers or flash sales: This will create a sense of urgency and encourage customers to buy now.
  • Implement a personalized recommendation engine: This will suggest products to customers based on their browsing and purchase history, making their shopping experience more relevant.
  • Display trust badges, security seals, and social proof indicators: This will help to instill confidence in potential customers and increase conversions.

I hope these suggestions are helpful. Good luck with your new store!


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Thank you so much for this! I will get working on!!

Shopify Partner
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I have helped 100s of eCommerce brands and share my best practices with you:

- Header/Logo is way too large. In Conversion Rate Optimization, we speak about above the fold, which is the part of the page that you see on your screen. In this case, the header already takes away a lot of real estate.

- adding social proof (reviews, testimonials, earned media) can be very helpful 

- Showing mood images with faces actually can differentiate yourself from most dropshippers (I don't know if you do dropshipping)

- On your home page, you try directly to sell. The customer needs to understand your why. Why should someone buy your product. What problem do you solve better than others?  For me, that is clearly missing on the home page.

- White color codes are statistically the worst performing CTA color codes. You might want to test a different one.

- the images have different sizes. Make them all the same size.

- Add a variance of images. Also show mood and model pics there. 

- Product descriptions can be heavily improved. Try to sell the benefit not the feature.


I hope I was able to help you a little bit. 🙂

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